You deliver the baby, we'll deliver the breast pump
We’ll even deliver it right to your door. With a new baby, or one on the way, you’ve got a lot going on. We’re here to make it easier for you. Because every little bit helps.
Here's how it works
Get a prescription
Your doctor can supply one.
Select a breast pump
See below details on popular Ameda®' or Medela®' models.
Breast Pump FAQ
Massachusetts residents can choose from four pumps. Find the one you prefer and we’ll cover the cost.
Ameda Purely Yours® Double Electric Breast Pump
Working moms like this pump because it’s compact and lightweight. Pump can be adjusted based on milk flow, and a protective barrier keeps out bacteria, mold, and viruses.
Personal Manual Breast Pump
A swivel-grip handle makes manual pumping easier, and milk can be pumped directly into a storage bottle or freezer bag.
Moms choose this pump for its discreet portability. A soft-touch swivel handle offers comfortable manual pumping. The perfect complement to a Medela double-electric breast pump.
Medela Pump In Style®
Features 2-Phase Expression technology that provides 18% more milk when you double pump. Adjustable speed/vacuum control and one-touch let-down button allow you to toggle between stimulation and expression phases for more efficient pumping.
You can order a breast pump from any participating provider in your state’s Blue Cross Blue Shield plan. To find a provider, go to Find a Doctor and search "durable medical equipment" in your zip code.
Mom, We've Got You Covered.
For help finding a provider, call Member Service at the number on the front of your ID card. For answers to questions about your pregnancy and your baby, visit Living Healthy Babies®´.
Members who live in Massachusetts can also get a breast pump from any DME provider that has a contract with us. You can visit Find a Doctor to find a durable medical equipment (DME) provider near you that carries breast pumps. Click on Medical Facility, select the Specialty tab, and choose DME-Breast Pumps from the drop-down menu. Enter your address and then choose your plan network.
As a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts member, your coverage may include the rental or purchase of a manual or dual electric breast pump for each birth without paying co-insurance or a deductible. We cover a breast pump from a participating DME provider with a prescription from your clinician. We don't cover hospital-grade breast pumps.